and yeast infection
24 Feb 2013
Yeast infections and bacterial vaginosis aren't sexually transmitted so you can actually have sex at any time. It is probably a matter of comfort - intercourse might be quite uncomfortable or even painful if you have an active vaginal infection and it may be best to wait until you have finished your antibiotics and are symptom free.
6 Mar 2013
although, it's not technically considered an std, it can potentially be transmitted from partner to partner. it's also not recommended by the cdc to get your male partner treated but if you get a reinfection, i'd consider getting him treated as well. just an fyi! good luck!
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